Watch Guide: A Weekend Full Of Top Internationals

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Whether we're talking about hemispheric bragging rights or the celebration of a war hero, this weekend is a big one for international rugby.

Who's The New Boss?

Eddie Jones won a World Championship with Australia, and then led Japan to a famous World Cup win over South Africa. Now he is looking to beat both of those teams while at the helm of England. 

The last two games for England have been one-pointers (win over South Africa, and loss to New Zealand). Now the Roses look to take on Japan, and should be heavily favored. Except Japan doesn't care who's favored.

Watch Live Saturday 9AM CT

Can You Have A Six-Star General?

What they say is, if you could, General John J. Pershing would have been one. A hero as the leader of the US Armed Forces in World War I, and a hero to the Romanian people as well, Pershing helped organize a rugby game post-war between the USA and Romania, and so now these countries play for the Pershing Cup.

It's a rivalry almost 100 years old, and is reborn in Bucharest.

Watch Live Saturday 6AM CT

Time To Make A Statement

Is Scotland ready to pull an Ireland and move to the very upper echelon? To do that, the Scots need to beat South Africa in what is a huge clash for both nations.

Watch Live Saturday at 11:20AM CT

These Guys Have A Different Word For Everything

Sometimes it's easy to overlook the non English-speaking rugby nations. Try is Essai, or Essayo. Hooker is Taloneur. It's weird, right? France almost beat South Africa last week and is looking for a victory to turn the momentum around with the World Cup looming in 2019.

Argentina still remembers beating France twice in the 2007 Rugby World Cup, which was in France, and would dearly love to do it again. But is the Pumas' traditional strength, the scrum, fading?

Watch Live Saturday at 2:05PM CT

Race For #2?

Who is the 2nd-best women's team in the world? Yes, we know New Zealand is #1, but #2? Well, maybe our money is on France, but it could also be England or Canada. And guess what? We've got England vs Canada right here.

Watch Live Sunday at 8AM CT

Eagles To Cup Quarters, Book Ticket To Tokyo

Madison Hughes: 1st Place Is Pretty Cool

The USA Men are 3-0 in pool play at the London 7s, and, having qualified for the Cup Quarterfinals, have earned enough points in the Men's Sevens World Series to secure a spot at the 2020 Olympic Games.

South Teams Lead In Men D2 7s


South Conference teams East Carolina and UNC-Charlotte ended pool play 3-0 in the Men’s D2 College 7s Championships.

UMW Leads Strong Top Pack In D1AA 7s

As expected, University of Mary Washington dominated in Pool Play at the Men’s D1AA USA Rugby Collegiate 7s Championships.

Favorites Top Pools, Barely, In D1A College 7s


The favorites rolled, for the most part, in Men’s D1A action in the USA Rugby Collegiate 7s Championships, with Lindenwood, Arizona, Notre Dame College, and Central Washington all moving through undefeated.

Can USA Be Crowned In London?

Madison Hughes: 1st Place Is Pretty Cool

This isn't a coronation yet but it's still a big weekend for the USA Men's Sevens Team as the Eagles enter London.

Weekend Watch Guide: All Eyes Are On College 7s & PRO14 Final

It's very likely that if you are reading this; your son, daughter, sibling, or friend is playing in the Tucson in the College 7s National Championships.

IUPUI To Join MAC D1AA Conference

IUPUI's appearance at the USA Rugby Collegiate 7s Championships will be the last outing for the program as a D2 rugby team.

College 7s Championships Kicks Off: The Men

The men kick off the USA Rugby Collegiate 7s Championships Friday with three brackets and 35 teams in action.

Expert Picks: The USA Rugby College Sevens Edition

Razorbacks Look To Repeat At Red River 7s

FloRugby writers and contributors Alex Goff, Austin Willis, and Brett Anker got together online to kibitz about the USA Rugby College 7s Championships, and somewhere along the line words were said.

Socino: A Little Brotherly Love

How not to start with the big news? It is inevitable that I write about my younger brother Santiago signing a two-year contract with Jaguares, the Argentine franchise in Super Rugby. As a brother, it gives me great pride that he has been asked to join in an incredible tournament, getting closer to the possibility that one day he might play for Los Pumas.